Worth A Thousand Words: Now All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

Photo: Sgt. Irene Lopez, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, shares a touching moment with her daughter following the welcome home ceremony, Dec. 9, for 126 soldiers of the 13th ESC as they returned home from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan.

Sgt. Irene Lopez, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, shares a touching moment with her daughter following the welcome home ceremony, Dec. 9, for 126 soldiers of the 13th ESC as they returned home from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan. (U.S. Army Photo by  Staff Sgt. Jason Thompson)

 

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    Sgt. irene has a lovely daughter. Instead of asking for some unique Christmas gifts,she is just happy to see her mother back!

  • Wolf Joshua

    yep that girls really is very cute!

  • Unusual Christmas

    It is very touching to see Sgt. Irene Lopez’s touching reunion with her daughter. My father worked in the army, and what better gifts can one get than reuniting with his/here parents after a long time?